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Serraj government admits security shortcoming, calls for partial lifting of arms embargo

The internationally recognized government of Libya admitted its security short fallings today following the suicide terror attack on its Tripoli Foreign Ministry headquarters and called for the partial lifting of the UN Libya arms embargo.

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Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor blames Saudi Arabia for forced disappearance of 3 Libyans

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor has disclosed that several documents and testimonies show evidence that Saudi Arabian authorities have subjected three Libyan nationals to enforced disappearance for over 500 days, stressing Saudi Arabia’s responsibility for their enforced disappearance and calling on the Saudi authorities to immediately reveal their fate and …

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Foreign Ministry welcomes Union of Maghreb Countries’ statement on meeting on Libyan crisis

The Presidential Council’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the recent statement by the General Secretariat of the Union of Maghreb Countries on Algeria’s proposal to hold a ministerial Maghreb meeting as soon as possible.

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Source: Egypt called for dismissal of Libyan ambassador after he met Qatari diplomats in Cairo

The Libyan ambassador to Egypt, Mohamed Abdel Aziz, started a period of leave several weeks ago, after a request for his dismissal was conveyed by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry to its Libyan counterpart, a Libyan Foreign Ministry source told Mada Masr on Monday. Abdel Aziz, considered a senior Libyan diplomat, …

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PC to establish structure of coordination with international community

Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, issued a decree to establish a structure for joint coordination with the international community consisting of several political, technical, ministerial and service committees.

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